It's Glennie and me on a fine June morning in the midst of wicked bad flooding in southern Alberta. The Red Deer River is at about 1300 m3/s and rising as of about 2:00 PM today, but Calgary, High River, Canmore et al have been hit much harder. Big problems in downtown Calgary. Anyhow, what to do but go fishin'. Seems that the fish have moved to deeper water at "Bahai Bay", but we do get some out there. I land a hard fighting 36 incher, and Glenn lands a trio of average pike. I get another average fish, and we both get the usual complement of hits and follows. We get a nice calm sunny couple of hours before the clouds roll in and the chop picks up. Issues with both gas and electric motors today; good thing Glennie has a strong back. Haven't been out since about June 5 or so, when I saw a bunch and broke my Orvis 10 wt. whilst landing a big fish from the Scadden. Prior to that, did a quick trip to Retro Beach; didn't see much, and in late May Frank and I met his nephew at Norglenwold, where we proceeded to slay the lake whitefish (since the pike weren't around).